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Learn World Calligraphy has something for everyone. Whether you want scholarly insight, artistic inspiration, classroom projects, or a theme for your next party, this comprehensive, unparalleled full-color book will guide you on a virtual trip around the globe. Covering nearly all of the world’s writing systems—from African to Arabic, Chinese to Greek, Hebrew to Russian, and beyond—Learn World Calligraphy offers a unique glimpse of scripts worldwide and the calligraphers who write them.

Lushly illustrated with gorgeous examples of both historical and modern calligraphic designs, this book is filled with practical instruction for how key aspects of each exotic script can be applied to the English alphabet, generating calligraphic hybrids with a distinctly foreign flair. Like a new cuisine that you can’t wait to cook at home, the scripts you meet in this book are sure to infuse your own calligraphy with the flavor of abroad. Bon voyage!

i-scream Water Calligraphy Set (Brush & Water Dish) by i-screammall

  • Draw or write with brush & water. Then drawing will disappear in...
  • Just write and draw whatever you want with water.
  • 65cm x 35cm Magic Cloth, 1 Brush, 1 Water Dish, Hardcover box...

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Direction

1. Fill the water-dropper with water.
2. Dip the brush in the water-dropper and write on the calligraphy board.

Tip! Control water amount for nice calligraphy.


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Mr. Oh, A Korean Calligrapher

Oh talks about the art of calligraphy, the importance of inner tranquility, self discipline and practice. He defines calligraphy as harmony of hand and spirit.

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    09/08/15 ,via The Korea Herald

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    09/08/15 ,via Korea JoongAng Daily

    The “Chusa Kim Jeong-hui and Woosung Kim Chong Yung” exhibition will show the works of Joseon-era seoye (calligraphy) master Chusa alongside those of the pioneer of modern Korean abstract sculpture. Kim Chong Yung was inspired by Chusa.

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    08/29/15 ,via Albert Lea Tribune

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Korean calligraphy is the Korean tradition of artistic writing in Hangul or Hanja, respectively the Korean alphabet and Chinese characters. Hangul introduced the ...

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Korean calligraphy, the Korean art of beautiful writing as it was derived from Chinese calligraphy. Koreans have used Chinese characters probably since the 2nd or 3rd ...

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